Peter Dutton appears to have overruled the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s choice for a new executive director.

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released the latest taxation statistics.

Elon Musk has sold US$6.9 billion ($9.8 billion) worth of his Tesla shares ahead of a potential legal battle with Twitter.

French researchers have studied the fatigue that comes after a long day of thinking.

A former Logan City councillor says lives were destroyed before a corruption probe into the council was dropped.

The report from an inquiry into Queensland corruption watchdog has been released.

The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide has handed down its interim report.

Cultural issues at the Queensland Police Service (QPS) are affecting its response to domestic violence.

The SA Labor Party has been pushed to return a $125,000 election donation from the Victorian branch of the CFMEU.

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) is considering a pay rise for aged care workers.

Former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has fronted an inquiry into a job role he allegedly created for himself.

Experts say it is time to extend regulation into space.

Researchers have investigated what fuels young Australians’ abortion fears.

Intergenerational welfare recipients are nearly three times as likely to be hospitalised, according to a recent study.

A review has found a gender imbalance in the awarding of health research funds.

Australia has been ranked 8th globally in government surveillance.

The Federal Government has announced a strategic review of Australia’s defence capability.

The Federal Government is considering financial incentives to solve a serious teacher shortage.

Unions are outraged that Federation University will cut its Bachelor of Arts degree from 2023.

Recent reports show oil giants have achieved sky-high profits.

Plans to abolish the cashless debit card are sailing ahead.

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